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Google Webmaster Tools Adds User Admins

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Google Webmaster Tools has fulfilled long standing requests from webmasters and now allows additional users with permissions and restrictions.

From [URL="http://searchengineland.com/google-webmaster-tools-finally-adds-user-administration-113865"]Search Engine Land[/URL]: "Google has finally satisfied this request by [URL="http://googlewebmastercentral.blogspot.com/2012/03/safely-share-access-to-your-site-in.html"]adding[/URL] user administration to Google Webmaster Tools.Now, site owners, who are defined as an owner if they go through the [URL="http://support.google.com/webmasters/bin/answer.py?hl=en&answer=35179"]verification process[/URL] in Google Webmaster Tools, can add access for others without making them go through the verification process. The access granted is either “owner,” “full” or “restricted” access.
[LIST][*]Owner Access – Anyone who has verified the site in Webmaster Tools. This enabled them to add users via the user administration, delete sites, and more super controls.[*]Full Access – Granting a user “Full” permission means that they will be able to view all data and take most actions, such as changing site settings or demoting sitelinks.[*]Restricted Access – When a user’s permission is set to “Restricted” they will only have access to view most data, and can take some actions such as using Fetch as Googlebot and configuring message forwarding for their account."[/LIST]

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